Rock Creek Curling promotes the sport of curling and its community, and provides a fun and positive experience for people of all ages and abilities throughout Colorado and beyond.
At Rock Creek Curling we believe that curling is a lifetime sport, one that can bring people of all ages together through its traditions of camaraderie and good sportspersonship. When you enter Rock Creek Curling, you will experience our commitment to the hospitality of curling, support in learning the sport and refining gameplay and help in seeking recreational and competitive opportunities that match your personal goals.
Sean began curling in 2006 after first seeing the sport on Olympic broadcasts and venturing to a learn to curl session in Colorado Springs. He signed up for a mini-league soon after, and has been curling and learning ever since. Currently, he is completing his USCA Level 2 instructor and officiating certifications.
One of his favorite things about curling is the feeling of belonging and acceptance from the global curling community. “I have enjoyed traveling and meeting curlers from so many places. One thing that stands out to me is the general hospitality amongst the community. Wherever I’m curling, whether it be in Arizona, Colorado, Minnesota, Canada, or Finland, I’ve felt welcomed and like I belonged there.”
“When people walk into Rock Creek, I want them to enjoy that same feeling. I want them to know that we are happy they are here, that they are a part of the Rock Creek family, and that we are committed to helping them have successful and memorable experiences.”
Scott’s introduction to curling took place in 2006 when his son Sean asked him to join him in a short mini league and his interest in the game grew from there.
He found curling to be both intriguing and accessible. The travel to different curling venues, both in the United States and outside the country, was fun and prodded his interest in figuring out how to bring the game to more people here in Colorado.
“It is my hope to help Rock Creek curlers take up the game, enjoy the experience, and grow and improve year after year.”
Mimi attended a learn to curl class and threw a rock for the first time in March 2014. Later that year she joined an evening curling league and has been curling ever since. “I love that curling is an easy sport to learn, but one that is challenging to master. It will keep you physically and mentally engaged for your entire lifetime!”
Mimi is a USCA Level 1 Certified Instructor, Level 1 JOGA coach, and has a master’s certificate in Strength & Conditioning from the University of Denver’s Sports Coaching program. She is looking forward to using her expertise to provide Rock Creek Curling’s members and event participants with exceptional experiences on and off the ice.